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House Plan 1548 | Narrow Cottage

House Plan 1548 has been named The Dahlia and is now available

Front rendering of The Dahlia house plan 1548.

The Dahlia House Plan 1548

This narrow, two story cottage house design features a front entry garage and twin dormers. The floor plan offers two master suites on the first floor and two additional bedrooms with a bonus room upstairs. The island kitchen opens into a spacious dining room and the great room is topped with a coffered ceiling and sun tunnels. Livability continues outdoors with a generous rear porch. The mud room can be accessed from the foyer and the garage entry while the utility room offers built-in cabinetry and a laundry sink. A pantry and powder room are thoughtful additions.

The Oliver House Plan 1427 | Rendering-to-Reality

Mike and Leslie Patterson are building The Oliver House Plan 1427 in Michigan!

Follow the progress in this Rendering-to-Reality story, from foundation to move-in ready!

Front rendering of The Oliver house plan 1427.

The Oliver House Plan 1427: 

This Craftsman design offers copious curb-appeal with an angled garage, decorative gables adorned with timber wood accents, a shed dormer, and a column-framed front porch. This floor plans thoughtful layout maximizes its square footage. The kitchen cooktop-island overlooks the great room and the spaces share a cathedral ceiling. A luxury screened porch enjoys a fireplace for year-round enjoyment and is topped with a cathedral ceiling and skylights. The master suite enjoys privacy at the rear of the home and opens to a relaxing porch. A mud room, oversized utility room, and walk-in pantry provide added functionality.

Agatha Plan 1500 | Rendering-to-Reality

The Agatha Plan 1500 is being built in Woodruff, SC!

A2E Builders is currently building The Agatha house plan 1500. Follow the progress in this Rendering-to-Reality story, from foundation to move-in ready!

With a front-entry garage and a slim width, this two-story design is ideal for a narrow lot. Arched garage doors add character while a mix of stone, shakes and siding bring dimension to the exterior. Inside, luxury features abound with a drop zone, butler’s pantry and a large storage pantry. Skylights top the rear porch and the master bedroom and bathroom to flood these spaces with natural light. The first floor creates an easy flow between the island kitchen, dining room and great room. The master suite and a bedroom/study are downstairs while two bedrooms and a bonus room complete the second floor.

Bathroom Trends | Spa-like Bathrooms

Bring a Sense of Luxury to any Bathroom

Luxurious, spa-like bathrooms are growing in popularity and are the perfect space in which to add a touch of elegance. Incorporating elements such as tiled floors, decorative backsplashes, multiple showerheads and freestanding tubs along with fixtures in luxe finishes like polished stainless steel, matte black stainless and champagne can elevate the look of any bathroom space and create a welcoming retreat. Check out some popular bathroom trends! 

Master bathroom of The Clearlake house plan 1272.

Linear drains are particularly well suited to more modern bathrooms, including curbless, open plan showers. Not only are these sleek, clean-lined drains aesthetically appealing – creating a seamless, contemporary look – but they are also versatile since they can be located almost anywhere within the shower area. 

Fire Prevention | Protect Your Home and Family

It’s important to protect your family with properly placed and installed smoke alarms. Remember, smoke alarms are only designed to last 7-10 years. If yours are over 10 years old, it’s time to replace!

Help increase awareness in your community about the life-saving benefits of smoke alarms.

Fire prevention tips to protect your family.

Statistics to share

  • Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms
  • More than one-third (37 percent) of home fire deaths result from fires in which no smoke alarms are present.
  • The risk of dying in a home fire is cut in half in homes with working smoke alarms.